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  • The Hallway Through the Sea

    Timothy Dalrymple
    Timothy Dalrymple

    The Hallway Through the Sea is a series of daily meditations from the president and CEO of Christianity Today, written specifically for those struggling through the coronavirus pandemic. It will address our sense of fear and isolation and also the ways we find beauty and truth and hope—and Christ himself—in the midst of suffering. The title of the column alludes to the passage of the Israelites through the Red Sea. We are a people redeemed from our enslavement to sin, yet we find ourselves living between where we were and where we are meant to be. Danger looms on both sides, but our hope and our faith is that God will deliver us through the sea and into the land of promise.

    The Last Tear
    God’s immense love is seen in his care for the minute sorrows of his people.
    The Last Enemy
    How confident are we that we will find one another on the far side of the veil?
  • Confessing God

    Derek Rishmawy
    Derek Rishmawy

    Confessing God attempts to understand who we are and how the world should be by looking at what the Bible says who God is.

    The God of Good Manners?
    It’s easy to forget that God is both kingly and courteous.
    God’s Mercies Aren’t So NewSubscriber Access Only
    Why an ancient bishop taught new believers about grace using the Old Testament.
  • Beginning of Wisdom

    Jen Wilkin
    Jen Wilkin

    The Beginning of Wisdom offers a Bible teacher's perspective on spiritual growth and scriptural study in our churches, small groups, and families.

    Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.Subscriber Access Only
    When we “make every effort to be holy,” it works toward the common good.
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    Let Bible Reading Get Back to BasicsSubscriber Access Only
    The best tools and strategies are deceptively simple.
  • Pending Resolution

    Sandra McCracken
    Sandra McCracken

    Pending Resolution is an exploration of the tensions of living between God's promises offered and his promises fulfilled, looking to Scripture for guidance.

    Freedom Is Calling. So Is the Birdcage.Subscriber Access Only
    If Christ has set us free, why do we often still feel stuck in captivity?
    On Earth as It Is in FlightSubscriber Access Only
    Travel reminds us of our God-ordained dependence on others.
  • Spirited Life

    Andrew Wilson
    Andrew Wilson

    Spirited Life is a collision between biblical reflection and charismatic practice, aiming to make people happier in God.

    You Are What You SweepSubscriber Access Only
    Why being made of dust is both terrifying and encouraging.
    The Old Testament Twins We’ve ForgottenSubscriber Access Only
    Jacob and Esau get all the attention. Yet it’s another pair of brothers who reveal the heart of the biblical story.

Top Story August 5, 2020

Why Many Christians Want to Leave Palestine. And Why Most Won’t.
Why Many Christians Want to Leave Palestine. And Why Most Won’t.
Survey of a thousand local believers finds majority desire a one-state solution, while few complain about religious freedom.
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